What will class sizes look like?
Our classes will be working with a coach to performer ratio of 1:6. This will help enforce social distancing whilst keeping a safe learning environment for our performers
We continue to encourage interaction between coaches and performers to ensure a fun learning environment whilst allowing performers to learn and communicate with others.
What should my child wear to training?
We strongly advise both performers and coaches wear clothing that limits the amount of skin exposure to keep a safe and hygienic environment. We also advise that they arrive to the venue in their training clothes as we will discourage the use of the changing rooms.
Please see below regarding what performers must and must not wear to sessions.
Must wear ... Must not wear ...
- Long hair tied back - Jewellery (including watches and Fitbits)
- Long sleeved top / leotard - Crop / vest tops
- Short sleeved tops can be worn - Jeans / denim clothing - Leggings / tracksuit trousers - Hoodies
- Socks - Clothing with zips
- Jeans / denim clothing
- Bare feet
*PLEASE NOTE: Performers wearing incorrect clothing will not be allowed to participate in their class.
What should my child bring to each session?
The parent / guardian of the performer is responsible for their chid to be wearing the appropriate clothing to class (see table above), if performers are not wearing the appropriate clothing, they will not be permitted to take part in the class.
Parents / guardians are also responsible for their child to bring their own water bottle to class (this is not to be shared with other performers) as we will discourage the use of the venues water fountain.
Food is not permitted in the sports hall at any time, please ensure your child has eaten prior to attending their class. If there is a reason why your child needs to have food during the class (e.g. diabetes), you must make note on your registration form and contact us so we can inform our coaches.
Performers have the option to bring their own hand sanitiser and mask if they wish. Performers must not wear masks on the trampoline but can wear their mask whilst spotting.
Performers are strongly advised bring a bag to keep all their belongings together.
Performers may bring their mobile phone to class, but this MUST be in their bag away from the trampoline and on silent. If your child needs to use their mobile phone (e.g. contact parent / guardian), they must ask their coach and they will be required to take their phone outside of the hall to prevent distractions to the other performers.
Will I be able to watch or stay in the waiting area?
Parents / guardians will be strongly advised to drop off their children to limit the number of people in the venue.
What if my child has a medical condition?
If your child has a specific medication (e.g. EpiPen or inhaler), this must be declared on the registration form so we can inform our coaches of your child’s needs.
To ensure the safety of other performers, the coach may ask to keep hold of the medication during the session.
How long will my child have on the trampoline?
Each performer will receive 2 minutes on the trampoline to ensure all performers get enough time on the trampoline and sufficient rest between each turn and for performers to samitise their hands.
Can I pay on the day?
Sorry, no. We are no longer accept pay-as-you-go (PAYG) basis.bookings.
Payment for our classes must be made in advance online via bank transfer or card payment.
You MUST contact us prior to booking and making payment for the sessions so we can monitor our class numbers, this can be done via telephone or email.
When will competitions be returning?
We are awaiting information regarding the resuming of trampoline competitions.
Please keep an eye on our website and social media for more information!